Two billion people around the world, primarily in south-east Asia and Africa, eat insects – locusts, grasshoppers, spiders, wasps, ants – on a regular basis. (more…)

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Bugs And Edible Packaging Could Be The Future Of Food

Two billion people around the world, primarily in south-east Asia and Africa, eat insects – locusts, grasshoppers, spiders, wasps, ants – on a regular basis.

 

Amorim announces new generation spiral wine stopper

The two global leaders in wine packaging, Amorim and O-I, today announced at Vinexpo the launch of HELIX, an innovative cork-glass wine packaging solution for the popular premium, fast turnaround still wine segment.

 
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Packaging Spotlight: Protea Wines

In a world of cookie-cutter products, Protea is on a mission to make wines that dare to be exotic and beautiful, in every way imaginable.

 

Ultra Hot brrrrilliant Winter wine specials

The chill’s set in, and it’s time to replenish the cellars, fill the pantry with goodies, stack up the logs and stay warm

 
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A glass of wine a day while pregnant will not harm your baby

A glass of wine a day will not harm your baby and may actually be good for a child’s development, researchers have found.

 

China – changing the tradition of consumption

Last week I read an interesting article Euro wine trade to China faces curbs on wine consumption and purchasing trends in China.

 

Creation – A garden for all seasons

At Creation on the Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge winter has settled in early this year.

 

Cash is King when it comes to happiness!

The 5th box in the Place in the Sun ”Share the happiness” competition has been revealed!

 

Exceptional Elgin

Invited to taste the 2012 vintages from Spioenkop in Elgin tomorrow, I had to decline as I'm off to Portugal on a vinotourism beano. Spioenkop leapt onto my radar screen last year during blind tasting

 

Walk Durbanville’s Winelands

Karen Watkins goes for a walk and a drink in the Durbanville Hills.